and install Crossover for Mac.
Double-click Crossover and choose "Install software" from the "Configure" menu. Look through the list of supported software and, if your desired EXE file is there, click it and *** continue. Otherwise, click "Install Unsupported Software." If you have an EXE file that does not require installation, you can just double-click it from within Finder and Crossover will try to run it directly.
Create a new bottle. A bottle is a sealed environment within which your Windows program will run. You will need to choose a version of Windows to be emulated. The default is Windows XP, and this often is the best choice, but some programs may run best under a different version. Determining the best version usually has to be done by trial and error. If a given program doesn't work with Windows XP, try it with Windows 2000.
Choose your installer file.
Choose the EXE program you downloaded from the Internet. If you are installing from a CD, you can skip this step.
Follow the instructions in the program's installer, just as you would with a standard Window installation. Let the program install to its default location, even though it will look more like a Windows hard-drive location than an OS X location.
Choose the program from Crossover's "Programs" menu. Your program should now begin to run.